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On the lake today, the water was mostly green. Really. It reflected summer.









13 creative exercises for Photographers. ASAP I will try some...in the meantime

I can't help but think our very own Solly Mack might have put this together.

just click on it:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photography/tips-and-solutions/13-creative-exercises-photographers?utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Content&utm_source=WeeklyContent%20150802&utm_content=Explora&utm_term=13-Creative-Exercises

President Obama comforts a crying baby - baby knows when it's best to shut up

I accidentally ran across it, and just loved it. Look at our President's face feeling competent and proud.
Less than a min long

All they have going for them is the demand for "a better deal"/ Republicans and obstruction

Get the theme from Jaws firmly going in your head - then look at this menacing photo

A bit hard to read, it's been in Harry Reid's wallet for a very long time - Republicans on Medicare

It shows just how long they have been dead wrong

A visual about the power of the people.

In Bid to Take Attention from Trump, Other Fifteen Hopefuls Release Joint Sex Tape - Borowitz writes





WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In what critics are calling a desperate attempt to draw the media’s attention away from Donald Trump, the other fifteen candidates for the Republican nomination have released a joint sex tape.

The tape, including such luminaries as former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, Texas senator Ted Cruz, former Florida governor Jeb Bush, and New Jersey governor Chris Christie, appeared briefly on major news Web sites before an avalanche of viewer revulsion demanded it be taken down.

According to Carol Foyler, a viewer who happened to catch the tape during its brief appearance on the CNN Web site, the video contained images “I may never be able to get out of my mind.”
“I couldn’t believe that these people would participate in such a thing,” she said. “Except maybe Santorum.”

A spokesman for Rick Perry defended the former Texas governor’s appearance on the tape. “It changed the conversation, at least for a minute or two,” the spokesman said.

Possibly as a result of his exclusion from the sex tape, in the aftermath of its release Trump has surged another eleven points in the latest poll.



www.borowitzreport.com

Republicans Release Debate Format - early peek afforded by Andy Borowitz

A televised debate photo from the 2012 Republican primary campaign.


NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—The Republican National Committee has released the format for its first 2016 Presidential debate, to be broadcast by Fox News on August 6th:

1. Question from moderator to Donald Trump;

2. Ignoring of question by Donald Trump, followed by personal attack on Jeb Bush;
3. Feeble attempt at rebuttal by Jeb Bush;

4. Interruption by Donald Trump, followed by attack on other eight candidates on stage;

5. Attempted moderation by moderator;

6. Personal attack on moderator by Donald Trump, followed by gratuitous attack on Rick Santorum;

7. Reaction shot of stone-faced Rick Santorum, excluded from debate but sitting in audience;

8. Concluding statement by Donald Trump, including attack on Fox News’ ”cheap-looking” debate set;

9. Demand for apology by Mexicans, veterans, China, Bobby Jindal’s mom, and other people attacked during debate by Donald Trump;

10. Donald Trump declared winner by Donald Trump.



www.borowitzreport.com


The GOP Presidential Field Ranked On How Far Back They’d Roll Obama’s Climate Agenda

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The GOP field is (almost) complete, after Ohio Governor John Kasich became the 17th major candidate to announce his presidential run this week. This means we can draw some conclusions about the opponent the eventual Democratic nominee will be facing in the general election.

It’s an extremely safe bet that the Republican nominee will not take more action to confront climate change than President Obama has. The question is more how much of the president’s climate agenda the nominee would reverse, repeal, or ignore.

The next president will have a lot on his or her plate — implementing or rolling back the Clean Air Act’s provisions to regulate carbon pollution; defying or leading the world in carrying out an expected U.N. climate agreement; committing the United States to low-carbon energy or doubling down on fossil fuels. Pope Francis just told the world through the Vatican’s latest encyclical that climate change is happening, caused by humans, and requires “urgent” policy. The train is slowly accelerating down the tracks, and the person who takes over in 2017 can decide whether to speed it along, slow it down, or throw the engine dramatically into reverse.

If recent public opinion polls have been consistent on one thing, it’s the partisan divide between Democrats who believe climate change is a concern that should be addressed through policy, and Republicans who often doubt the problem exists in the first place. However, a January poll found that 48 percent of Republicans were more likely to vote for a candidate who supports acting on climate change and the same percentage would be less likely to vote for a candidate that thought climate change was a hoax.

So here is the GOP presidential field, ranked by how far they would walk back President Obama’s climate agenda, from least to most:



now go to the link to find each candidates position (or evasion of one)

http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/07/26/3683808/gop-field-climate-energy-ranked/
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